The notion of uncertainty is at the crux of both finance and risk management domains. Even so, when it comes to strategic planning, budgeting and forecasting, most practitioners are content with completing the “the budget” or “the forecast” without addressing the issue of uncertainty. There is a false sense of security when underlying assumptions are treated as facts vs. assumptions – masking both exposure and opportunity.
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- Prime conditions for using scenario planning
- Key organizational benefits of scenario planning
- 4 types of scenario planning